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... feel you are strong enough but you are. You can handle it and it will soon pass. Sometimes longer than other times but it will. I promise. I know when I board that plane I will leave a changed person and probably cry and be emotional. I have learned some life lessons that I will carry with me and guide me through the rest of my life. I hope one day to return but if not I have wonderful memories both old and new to carry in my heart and soul ...
... spotted which makes it all the more exciting haha. But most of all I am just incredibly grateful to have found a group of Japanese young people who I get along really well with. It took me quite a while to find them but it's all worked out really nicely. I am looking forward to several longer beach trips in the holidays.
Well, I will leave this entry here. Time will tell whether this blog survives! xx
... a stout man of 70-years, with a body forged of steel) took me aside.
"Ando-san, many foreigners come here for the wrong reasons, but I see you are not that kind of guy, don't be that kind of guy, okay?" He said through his thick Japanese accent. I thanked him, bowed, and made my way to the locker room.
I was angry with myself. I was doing it again. Trying to win. Trying to stand out. Trying to be special. ...
... While the park is nothing major to look at, there was an interesting temple in the middle. Japan is a mixture of Shinto and Buddhist; Shinto for matters of this world, Buddhism for the spirit world. The temple was lovely and surrounded by a large lake with the biggest Koi I’ve ever seen! They largest were around two foot long and six inches wide, and when they opened their mouths…! The ladies nearby showed us how clapping can make them open wide as they think ...
... for Brendan’s friend to finish work. I had my first experience with a 3D TV. It was amazing! And amazingly expensive too. One day though. It was significantly better than the cinema ones!
We had a walk around a silly knick knack shop before passing the local Pachinko shop. Essentially gambling is illegal in Japan, so these slot machines let you play to collect little metal balls. You can then find an odd back alley washer woman who will buy them off you for ...